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Chinese New Year Parade Viewing Party

Saturday February 4th, 2023

750 Kearny Street 3rd. Floor SF, CA 94108


February 4th, 2023


Saturday 5-9PM


Join us for the Chinese Culture Center (CCC)’s Lunar New Year Parade Viewing & Celebration on the Rolland and Kathryn Lowe Community Bridge (between Portsmouth Square and CCC), where you will be able to witness a stunning view of the iconic Chinese New Year Parade and experience an unforgettable night of food, music, art embraced by local Asian and LatinX creators!


The event celebrates the launch of How I Keep Looking Up/Como Sigo Mirando Hacia Arriba/仰望 by Christine Wong Yap, an unprecedented cross-cultural, community-based art project that engages 16 working-class immigrant women to create flags of power and resilience. The 16 flags of “How I Keep Looking Up” will be unveiled at the Parade, carried by the women designers and their families.


Booths & Activities:

  • Boba Bar

  • DJ

  • Taco Bar

  • Photobooth

  • Special Merch

  • AND MORE!


Vendor partners: By Me Boba Tea, Fault Radio, Calle 24, One Two Smile Photobooth and more.

Please advise: This event will be hybrid outdoor/indoor. All spaces on the 3rd Floor, including the gallery, will be open to our guests during the event. Masks are recommended but not required in indoor spaces. Rapid tests are available on site. An RSVP ticket is required to enter this event!


 


About Our Partners:


One, Two, Smile Photobooth

@onetwosmilephotobooth | onetwosmilephotobooth.com

One, Two, Smile Photobooth is a family-owned business and started as a photo booth business officially in the beginning of 2017. We have expanded over the years and besides doing photo booth, we have incorporated our business to become a photo marketing agency. We have helped many of our corporate clients with their photo activations to gather necessary information, provide the best professional and fun experience for our client’s guests and to help our clients succeed in their marketing strategy. Best of all, photo booth is still our bread and butter so all of our non-corporate clients get the corporate treatment also.


Calle 24

@calle24sf | calle24sf.org

Calle 24 (formerly The Lower 24th Street Merchants and Neighbors Association) was created in 1999 by a group of long time residents, merchants, service providers and art organizations concerned with quality of life issues in the community. Our diverse membership consists of merchants and residents of different ethnic backgrounds, genders, lifestyles, and economic levels. Calle 24's mission is to preserve, enhance and advocate for Latino cultural continuity, vitality, and community in San Francisco’s touchstone Latino Cultural District and the greater Mission neighborhood.

Fault Radio

@its_fault_radio | faultradio.com

Fault Radio is a grassroots non-profit organization dedicated to creating a center for modern electronic/dance music culture in the Bay Area. Originally conceived as a pop-up live video-streaming platform of DJ sets and digital archive in 2018,. Fault Radio functions as both a stationary and mobile community hub; we bridge the electronic music community on- and offline via live-streams and collaborative pop-up events to document and experience the brilliance of our local music scene.
Since its founding, Fault’s unique online archive documents the richness of the SF electronic music scene while elevating DJ culture. Through the production of articles, podcasts, documentaries, annual record fairs, and an ever-expanding variety of educational and live event programming, we strive to compile and showcase the richness of the local electronic music community for future generations to look back on with pride.


 

Acknowledgments

The Parade Viewing Party is proudly sponsored by: Wells Fargo, Richard Evans, Richard and Tatwina Lee, APA Heritage Foundation, J.P. Morgan Chase, Arcteryx How I Keep Looking Up is supported by Kenneth Rainin Foundation's Open Spaces Program.


Additional Support: California Arts Council, California Department of Social Services, Community Challenge Grant, Office of Economic and Workforce Development, #StartSmall Foundation, San Francisco Foundation, Grants for the Arts, Bloomberg Philanthropies, Fleishhacker Foundation, Zellerbach Family Foundation, CCC Contemporaries ​Special Thanks: Chinese Chamber of Commerce and San Francisco Chinese New Year Festival and Parade




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